ぼやかせていただいております。

安倍外交、ほぼすべて裏目、米国に全面服従

2018年06月16日 19時31分26秒 | Weblog







へええ、そうなんだああ。

じゃあ、もう辞めたほうがいいんだろうね。
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右翼がお手本にすべき漢

2018年06月16日 19時10分27秒 | Weblog


ORANGUTAN DEFENDS HOME FROM BULLDOZER
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How to insult men in English vs Japanese

2018年06月16日 14時06分38秒 | Weblog
How to insult men in English vs Japanese

That Japanese Man Yuta
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How to insult men in English vs Japanese - Masculinity in English-speaking Countries and Japan


おもしろいね、賛成しないところもあるけど。





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China Calls On World To Take Joint Actions Against Trump

2018年06月16日 14時03分39秒 | Weblog
China criticizes 'fickle' Trump over tariffs
BY AVERY ANAPOL - 06/15/18 10:21 AM EDT


“We call on all countries to take joint actions, resolutely put an end to this outdated and regressive behavior, and firmly defend the common interests of humankind.”


追加関税をきっかけに、トランプの時代遅れの行動を終わらせるために共同歩調をとり、人類共通の利益をしっかり守っていこうと世界に呼びかける中国。
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A sense of irritation with Mr. Trump could be felt, but everyone tried to be rational and calm.

2018年06月16日 13時52分13秒 | Weblog
Donald Trump 'told Shinzo Abe he could send 25 million Mexicans to Japan'

Mr Trump said migration was a problem for Europe, according to a senior European Union official who was present and briefed The Wall Street Journal.

He then reportedly said: "Shinzo, you don’t have this problem, but I can send you 25 million Mexicans and you’ll be out of office very soon."

Mr Trump and Mr Abe at the White House in June
Mr Trump and Mr Abe at the White House in June
According to the report Mr Trump made another controversial comment to Emmanuel Macron, the French president, when the discussion turned to terrorism.

"You must know about this Emmanuel because all the terrorists are in Paris," Mr Trump was reported to have said.

The EU official told the Wall Street Journal: "A sense of irritation with Mr. Trump could be felt, but everyone tried to be rational and calm."


2018.6.16 11:51

大量移民を日本に送れば「君はすぐ退陣」 トランプ氏、G7で安倍首相に暴言 米紙報道
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No activity akin to dismantlement to any of the six known launch and engine test facilities

2018年06月16日 13時43分55秒 | Weblog

PRESS BRIEFINGS

Press Conference by President Trump
FOREIGN POLICY

Issued on: June 12, 2018


Chairman Kim has told me that North Korea is already destroying a major missile engine testing site. That’s not in your signed document; we agreed to that after the agreement was signed. That’s a big thing — for the missiles that they were testing, the site is going to be destroyed very soon.



実験場廃棄、意味なし エンジン開発ほぼ完成
2018.6.13 20:50


トランプ米大統領は米朝首脳会談の成果の目玉として、金正恩朝鮮労働党委員長から「ミサイルエンジン実験場」廃棄の約束を勝ち取ったと宣伝している。しかし北朝鮮の弾道ミサイルのエンジン開発は完成段階にあり、廃棄措置に大きな意味はないとの見方が多い。
 「共同声明に署名した後に合意したんだ。これはすごいことだ」。トランプ氏は12日の首脳会談後の記者会見で繰り返し成果を誇ったが、どの実験場のどんな施設を廃棄するのかは定かでない。


なおかつ、



More on North Korea’s Missile Test Sites
BY: 38 NORTH


A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr.

Following up on 38 North’s recent assessment concluding that there were no changes to the Sohae (Tongchang-ri) Satellite Launch Facility, further analysis shows that there have been no alterations or activity akin to dismantlement to any of the six known launch and engine test facilities and two ejection test stands


廃棄している形跡はない、と。

Either Kim or Trump is lying
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安倍=トランプの金魚のフン?

2018年06月16日 11時25分12秒 | Weblog













【日本の解き方】的外れだった日本「蚊帳の外」論 米朝会談でも安倍首相が存在感、実務的協議が今後の課題に (2/2ページ)
2018.6.16 (元内閣参事官・嘉悦大教授、高橋洋一)


金魚のふんのふん?
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US alliance is dead. Australia now needs its own atomic arsenal

2018年06月16日 10時52分08秒 | Weblog
smh
Trump triggers talk of Australia going nuclear
By Peter Hartcher
15 June 2018 — 9:54pm
via mozu





Should Australia develop its own nuclear weapons? It seems an outlandishly radical thought for such a safe country to consider. But a former adviser to Malcolm Turnbull and Julie Bishop thinks it's an idea whose time is fast approaching.

In his book Why Australia Slept, launched this week, Peter Hendy says that Australia needs to consider nuclear weapons because "if we could financially afford them, [they] would secure an even more independent foreign policy" for the country.


One big reason? Australia already has the protection of the United States nuclear umbrella. Under this system, the US pledges that if anyone should launch a nuclear strike on one of its allies, Washington would retaliate against the aggressor.

So to suggest that Australia now needs its own atomic arsenal is to suggest that there has been a fundamental breakdown in trust. In short, that the US alliance is dead.


It seems that Kim put the demand to Trump in the negotiating room and Trump agreed on the spot. He agreed to a demand by an enemy without consulting his ally. "It is urgent to make bold decision," Kim told the US leader, in the words of the North Korean official news agency, and Trump bought it.



Shi drew the connection: If US troops in South Korea were to stop the military exercises, it could cause allies to lose confidence in Washington and undermine the entire US military presence in Asia, he told America's National Public Radio. For China, this is victory on every level.


Why does Trump consistently act against the interests of his allies? Wright, who predicted just this pattern of behaviour before Trump was elected, explains: "In his 30-year history of talking and writing about this stuff, Trump has always been more aggravated by America's friends than its enemies.

"He has been consistent about this for 30 years. It's not sophisticated or complex, but he is much more ideological than people think: interdependence is a bad deal for America." Trading partners will cheat America; allies will free ride on America's military budget.


The only time he will turn against a US rival is if he thinks that rival is directly threatening the US with attack, according to Wright. Otherwise, he's happy to deal with America's enemies: "He's open to deals, he worries about commitments."


If Trump's North Korean gambit works, he will have a serious achievement. If it fails? Says Asher: "The irony of the North Korean denuclearisation deal could be that everybody else decides to go nuclear. If it fails and Kim remains in power and countries doubt our commitment, then what's to stop Japan or South Korea or Australia going nuclear?"



アメリカは同盟国によりたかられており、損している、という考えは、昔からトランプに一貫した発想であり、敵と交渉していても、アメリカに有利となれば、同盟国を裏切る。

北朝鮮との交渉はその一例である。

アメリカの核の傘ももはや信頼できず、安全と独立のためには、オーストラリアも核武装すべきだ、と。






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Swimming while black

2018年06月16日 06時14分01秒 | Weblog




Carle Wheelerさんは The Westin Pasadenaにいます。
6月14日 11:44 · アメリカ合衆国パサデナ ·


Black Woman, Child Attacked by White Pool-Goer Who Asked If They’d Showered Before Taking a Swim
By Tanasia Kenney -June 15, 2018




mother is outraged after she and her 5-year-old daughter were the victims of blatant racism while vacationing at a Pasadena, Calif. hotel on Monday.

Carle Wheeler said she and her daughter were enjoying summer vacation at the Westin Hotel in Pasadena when they were approached by a white man at the swimming pool. Wheeler said the man asked if they had showered before swimming because “people carry diseases into the pools and he doesn’t want the health department to shut the pool down.”

Moments later, she said the man approached them again at the other side of the pool, this time claiming he worked for the health department. By this time, Wheeler had had enough and called the man out on his blatant racism.

“I let him know that being Black is not a disease and showering would not wash the BLACK off our skin, Wheeler wrote on Facebook. “…I think it’s awful that ANY man would think it’s okay to essentially ask a woman and a little girl if we took off our clothes and scrubbed our naked bodies before getting into a hotel swimming pool.”


黒人の親子がホテルのプールにいたら、白人男性が、おまえら、シャワー浴びたのか、と。病原菌でプールが閉鎖されたら困るだろう、と。黒人のお母さんが、黒人は病原菌じゃないのよ、シャワー浴びても、肌の黒いのが落ちるわけないのよ、と激怒。支配人は来たものの、白人男性を逃してやった、と。
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Upskirting isn't illegal in England and Wales

2018年06月16日 05時48分05秒 | Weblog





I didn't know upskirting wasn't illegal, until it happened to me

The Guardian


UPDATE: Since we published this video MP Christopher Chope has objected to the upskirting bill meaning that it won't be passed into law today. In response Gina Martin said: "We knew this was a risk – but I stand with powerful, passionate women and men behind me and I am confident that [MP] Lucy Fraser is committed to – and will – close this gap in the law."




盗撮は、イギリスでは犯罪ではないんだ、と。


~\(_ _;)/~


日本の場合、もちろん犯罪です。

1.盗撮の罪名(法律か条例か)
2.盗撮の具体例
3. 軽犯罪法違反と迷惑防止条例の罰則・罰金について




これ、立場が逆だったら、素人記者=外国特派員が、日本文化についてグタグタと上から目線で、書いていたところ。
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木村先生、専門外のこと適当にコメントするのやめたら?

2018年06月16日 05時47分53秒 | Weblog

Kan Kimura
13時間前 ·
My comment about Kim-Trump Summit Meeting on Mainichi.


MAINICHI.JP
激動の半島情勢:米朝首脳会談 識者に聞く 聖学院大教授・宮本悟氏、慶応大教授・西野純也氏、神戸大大学院教授・木村幹氏 - 毎日新聞
 シンガポールで行われた米朝首脳会談。会談とその後に出された共同声明をどう評価するか。今後の米朝対話の課題は何か。専門家に聞いた。 合意の文書化に意味 宮本悟氏 聖学院大教授(北朝鮮政治)














木村先生は、米国政治も北朝鮮もご専門ではないんだから、発言やめたら。専門外のことで適当に答える人どうにかしてほしい、って自分で言っているでしょ。


自分だけ除外して、恥ずかしくないの?


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American president &bloodthirsty, murderous dictator have good chemistry

2018年06月16日 04時21分34秒 | Weblog
Trump: Kim's people sit up when he speaks, 'I want my people to do the same'
BY MAX GREENWOOD - 06/15/18 08:57 AM EDT


北朝鮮の人々が金正恩の話を熱心に聞くようにアメリカの人たちもおれの話を熱心に聞いていほしい、とトランプ。

その「人たち」って国民全部のことなのか、側近のことなのかい、と後に問い詰められると、「あれは冗談」とはぐらかす。


The president praised Kim during the Fox interview, a continuation of compliments he has offered the dictator since their summit in Singapore earlier this week.

He said that he had "hit it off" with Kim.

"We get along very well, we had good chemistry," Trump said.


フォックスニュースでのインタビューでは、「金正恩とは、反りがあう、仲良しだよ、相性があうんだね。」と


ーーーばかものである。
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Trump may be the new normal

2018年06月16日 04時10分38秒 | Weblog
Foreign Policy
The West Will Die So That Trump Can Win
America created the postwar order by delaying immediate economic gratification. Those days are over.
BY BENN STEIL | JUNE 12, 2018



Two generalizations may reasonably be drawn. One is that the Trump administration is not making trade policy based on economic facts. It could be doing so haphazardly, but it would appear more likely that it is sending a message to long-standing allies that business as usual is over. It is notable that Trump reportedly rejected text in the G-7 draft communique referring to “the rules-based international order,” which the United States created in the four years following World War II. The second generalization, then, is that Trump is targeting allies for punishment and abuse because he is trying to rupture their mindset — the mindset that the United States values this order more than it does the opportunity to boost net exports.


 First, a better deal is always better — “reasonable” is for chumps. Second, if geopolitics stand in the way of the United States getting better trade deals, then geopolitics should give way.


 To the extent that these two things are true, at least to the average American, Canada and the EU have a bigger problem than they realize. Their strategy at the moment, reflected in tempered responses to Trump, is to wait him out — on the assumption that he will be gone in two and a half years, or less, and that the United States will then go back to normal. But Trump may be the new normal — not in the sense that future presidents will be as crude and loose with the facts, but in the sense that they, reacting to a seismic shift in U.S. public sentiment, will no longer recognize the constraints of solidarity with fellow free-market democracies. Those days are, perhaps, as Bolton would say, “no more.”



 規則に基づいた国際秩序は終わりを告げ、トランプはアメリカにだけ有利な交渉をしようとしている。

 以前は、地政学的な事情でそうした交渉は抑制されてきたが、トランプは経済的な損得勘定だけで、経済的得をとる。

 トランプの大統領を辞めれば、アメリカは正気に戻ると思っている人もいるが、アメリカ世論が自由市場民主主義国家との団結を重視しない傾向にあるので、トランプがこれからのアメリカの基準になるかもしれない、と。
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China vows powerful retaliation against US tariffs

2018年06月16日 03時50分30秒 | Weblog
Trump’s China Tariffs Met With Retaliation Vow From Beijing
By Andrew Mayeda and Jenny Leonard
2018年6月15日 21:08 JST Updated on 2018年6月15日


貿易巡り中国と「非常に強力に」対立する:トランプ大統領
Jennifer Epstein、Andrew Mayeda
2018年6月14日 5:13 JST 更新日時 2018年6月14日 12:23 JST
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Boycott American goods and trips to the States

2018年06月16日 03時24分07秒 | Weblog
CBS
June 14, 2018, 2:13 PM
Some Canadians boycott American goods and travel after Trump's insults


Canada's CTV reports angry Canadian shoppers and travelers "are mounting strikes against America's pocketbook by boycotting U.S. goods and trips to the States" as the summer travel season begins. "On Twitter, hashtags including #BuyCanadian, #BoycottUSProducts and #BoycottUSA are spreading tips on using purchasing power to defend Canada's honour," CTV reported.


"Trump is like a bad houseguest. He showed up late, left early and insulted the host," said Mayor Rick Bonnette. "When you have a bully like Trump, you can't just keep taking it and taking it."


トランプの無礼にぶりに、さすがのカナダ人もいかって、アメリカ商品、アメリカ旅行をボイコットしよう、という人達まで、登場


面白いのは、






Later, the Vietnam War caused some divisions, as Canadians — including Justin Trudeau's father, then-Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau — welcomed American draft evaders who crossed the border. And some Canadians, notably the Ontario intelligentsia, tend to regard Americans as more crass and gun-happy than people north of the border.

"In general, Canadians have looked at us as a large, powerful, unruly but basically good child — a big animal that they don't have to worry about but does stupid things now and then," said Stephen Blank, an American academic who has taught at universities on both sides of the border.


カナダ人は、アメリカ人は、言うことを聞かないどでかいガキンチョだが、基本的には良い子だと思っている、と。大きな動物だが、心配することもなく、たまに、馬鹿なことをするようなものだ、と思っている、と。

また、オンタリオ州あたりのインテリ層は、アメリカ人を愚鈍でドンパチ好きだと思っている、と。



intelligentsia
 インテリゲンチャって、”インテリジェンツィア”って発音するんだね、英語だと。
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